AMERICAN-STYLE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
John Cabot University's classes in Rome average about 15 students so you'll get to know your professors and share your ideas in class. You'll also write analytical papers and conduct original research.
Professors hold degrees from Brown University, Columbia University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, the London School of Economics and Political Science, the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford, and Yale, among many others.
Explore Rome as a living laboratory. From Etruscan ruins and the Roman Colosseum to the Christian catacombs and the Vatican, you will have the chance to study architecture, art, art history, archaeology, history, and religion on location at museums and historic sites.
LEARNING BY DOING
Through field trips, internships, research opportunities and study abroad opportunities (even full-time JCU students study abroad), you will grow personally and intellectually through first-hand experience.
Collaborate with students from 70 different countries. Every day you will learn with students from all over the world, who will share their ideas and perspectives in class — and their friendship outside of class.
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Minors left (Philospohy, Mathematics, Entrepreneurship, Creative Writing, Art and Design) and all listed majors
JCU grads are accepted to prestigious graduate schools, such as:
Statistics are in reference to the Class of 2019
Situated in Via della Lungara 233, the Guarini campus hosts the Aula Magna Regina auditorium as well as the Frohring Library, one of Italy's most comprehensive English language libraries. The Guarini campus also hosts numerous study rooms, media production facilities, a meditation garden, as well as JCU administrative offices.
JCU's Tiber Campus is located in Lungotevere Raffaello Sanzio 12, on the banks of Rome's famous Tiber river and a five-minute walk from Guarini. In addition to classrooms, the Campus houses offices such as Student Services and Immigration Services. It is also home to John Cabot University's cafeteria, the Tiber Cafe, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and offers various meal plan options.
The Caroline Critelli Guarini Campus, situated in Piazza Giuseppe Gioachino Belli 11, is the first property owned by John Cabot University and it hosts classrooms, administrative offices, and a classroom that can be used for physics and basic electrical engineering courses. It was named for Caroline Critelli Guarini (1900 – 2001), mother the Hon. Frank J. Guarini, former Chairman of the JCU Board of Trustees and generous benefactor of the University.